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United States Senate Election In New York, 1998 - General Election - Results
... Source New York State Board of Elections General Election Results 1998 United States Senate election, New York Party Candidate Votes % ±% Democratic Chuck Schumer 2,386,314 Independence Chuck Schumer 109,027 ...

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